Shortland Street expert Tara Ward finds the best – and worst – places to live in the mythical Auckland suburb of Ferndale.
It’s out of the instant restaurant frying pan and into the sudden death cook-off fire – and half the Shortland Street cast has come for tea.
Playwright Miria George talks to Leonie Hayden about her new satire of Māori capitalism, and challenging assumptions about what Māori art should be.
After watching an episode of the slightly weird teen-oriented show while on painkillers (legitimate medical reasons), Sam Brooks goes on an internet investigation to find out what the cast are doing now.
For years Lucy Zee thought maybe she had dreamed a hot and steamy TV series set in Auckland's boy-racer underworld. But it was very real, and there hasn't been anything quite like it since.
This week we talk The Bachelor NZ's 'Women Tell All', partying up a storm with TK from Shortland Street and John Key's bingo wing-free dab.
Shortland's Street big blowout 25th anniversary might be over, but we're still in the mood to celebrate. From births to deaths, with hostages, heists and cliffhangers aplenty in between, Tara Ward counts down the most-watched Shorty episodes EVER.
Tara Ward recounts the surreal experience of being invited to Chris Warner's intimate 50th birthday shindig – eruptions and all.
What does it feel like when your character is killed off Shortland Street? Gerald Urquhart, aka Luke Durville, comes back from the grave to tell his story.
Today, Shortland Street stars Ben Mitchell and Cam Jones discuss the culture of outrage with David Farrier.
We asked Spinoff writers, contributors and pals to share their very favourite Shortland Street moments from 25 rich years of soapy drama.
Following Gemma Gracewood's call to arms yesterday, Shortland Street have decided to un-geoblock their monster 25th anniversary episode for superfans abroad.
For the Shortland Street 25th anniversary week, we're reissuing David Farrier's phenomenal 2014 'Real Talk' interview series with two of the soaps's biggest stars – Ben Mitchell and Cam Jones. Today, the trio discuss the origins of life.